Mount Tabor CC taps BrightView for maintenance

Mount Tabor CC taps BrightView for maintenance

Established in 1900, the course is among the older private 9-holers in New Jersey.


BrightView Golf Maintenance signed a partnership agreement with Mount Tabor Country Club, a private 9-hole club in North Jersey. Mount Tabor becomes the fifth partner course for BrightView in New Jersey, joining Packanack Country Club, Four Seasons Golf Club, Lions Head Golf Course, and William Larkin Golf Course.

Established in 1900, Mount Tabor Country Club continues as one of New Jersey's older private 9-hole country clubs. With multiple sets of tees, there is a true 18-hole championship course experience with a slope rating of 131, which ranks among the toughest in the area.

“Understanding the unique characteristics and challenges of this course, we look forward to leveraging our partnership approach and customized planning and processes to help this club succeed, especially in terms of conditions that drive member satisfaction,” BrightView regional GM Vince Gilmartin said.

BrightView will be responsible for all aspects of course maintenance, including turf, irrigation and equipment.

“All at Mount Tabor are excited to be entering this relationship with BrightView,” club president Greg Carlin said. “We've looked at many maintenance solutions through the years, and BrightView offers the best plan and solution for us. Their professionalism, attention to detail and staff are impressive. We look forward to our partnership advancing the Mount Tabor golf experience for our members.”

BrightView is the largest provider of commercial landscaping services in the United States, with about 20,000 employees. It currently has more than 80 partner courses.